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Kosher: (lit. "fit"); (a) complying with the dietary laws; (b) fit to be used for ritual purposes

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a) Leave work early Friday afternoon....j) Pour a cup of kosher wine or grape juice into a special goblet...u) Eat the Third Meal...z) Repeat next week.
Return to the table. When everyone is seated at the table, raise the two challah loaves (representing the double portion of manna we received on Friday in honor of the Shabbat) and recite the Hamotzi blessing . Baruch atah A-donoy, Elo-heinu Melech...
Drink the wine, but leave some wine in the cup. Put out the havdalah candle by holding it over the plate and pouring from the remains of the wine over it. Dip your fingertips in the wine on the plate and wish everyone, "A good week!" It is now...
Helpful advice on the particulars of preparing for Shabbat from setting up the kitchen to setting the table
The commencement of the Shabbat meal--the kiddush (sanctification)--sets the tone for the meal and day and defines what makes it special
We always dip the bread in salt, not only on Shabbat. Our table is considered an altar (see Ezekiel 41:22 and Ethics of our Fathers 3:3), and in the Holy Temple salt was offered together with every sacrifice (Leviticus 2:13). Salt never spoils or decays,...
It is customary is to extinguish the havdalah candle by dipping it in the leftover wine that accumulates in the cup's saucer. This demonstrates that the candle was lit for the sole purpose of performing the Havdalah ceremony and since the ceremony is now...
3:1 A Keli Rishon Standing on the Fire a) As stated previously, even a fully cooked foodIt is prohibited to add any food, whether solid, liquid, cooked or uncooked, hot or cold. The example of a fully cooked food is quoted as one may think that since...
In this section we shall present many of the practical applications of the laws of Bishul. This may involve some repetition of the above-stated principles but will be a useful summary for the student. 5:1 Serving Food from a Pot that Is Standing on the...
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